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Definition of "cadenced" [cadenced]

  • Having a regular, rhythmic cadence. (adjective)
  • Simple past tense and past participle of cadence. (verb) (verb)

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Use "cadenced" in a sentence
  • "Surely this passage is just as cadenced, just as precise and as evocatively creepy as it was when O'Connor wrote it."
  • "The Observer praised "the sheer delight of his style – that sustained, lucid, precise and subtly cadenced prose that can keep you inside the dynamic thoughts of one of his characters for as many pages as he wants"."
  • "It came with a slurring rush upward, swelling to a great heart-breaking burst of sound, and dying away in sadly cadenced woe -- then the next rush upward, octave upon octave; the bursting heart; and the infinite sorrow and misery, fainting, fading, falling, and dying slowly away."